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SFGTV
Sep 1, 2010 8:30am PDT
and this will anchor the future of this effort for decades and decades to come. s caesar chavez is. leyland avenue is next and though the next mayor will take the credit 19th avenue is next and that is long overview. this is what this represents. we told these ideas from all across the country. portland was doing some of this. but we don't like being second place to portland. so, eat your heart out, portland. we took a little bit from bloomberg in new york and that was the idea of payment to park land but we don't like to be second place, we are now doing more on that and we took the ideas from chicago. and i will say if there is any father or mother of these ideas it is mayor daley in chicago who is on these things years and years ago. i went out there when i first became mayor, got so jealous going down michigan avenue i said we have to do something so we stole their greening director and brought her out here and tasked here with putting these plans together and i want to specifically acknowledge astrid and her hard work and collaborative effort with all of you as well. i'm excited about this. i
NBC
Sep 4, 2010 6:00pm PDT
football team where pat tillman went to high school. leyland football players and the director was here as well. they did a big q and a. pat tillman grew up in san jose before joining the arizona cardinals and u.s. army special forces. >> i wasn't planning on coming to the screening. when i heard all of leyland high's football team was going to be here i was moved to tears. >> reporter: emotions and tears choke up the director as he talked about his pat tillman movie. the record needs to be set straight. >> this story is far different than the story most americans have been told. we wanted to get the truth out about pat, not only about how he died but who he was. >> reporter: prune yard cinemas is showing the movie about pat tillman. tillman quit the lucrative career as a football player to join the u.s. army and fight for his country. >> it made you look more deeply into what pat tillman was about not just what the media showed you. it showed a perspective of someone who looked into his life. >> reporter: he was a member of the u.s. army special forces and died in afghanistan. his fami
FOX News
Sep 26, 2010 7:00pm EDT
. leyland vinner is live in jerusalem with the latest, leyland? >> late this evening, palestinian gunman opened fire and injured two israelis citizens on the west bank, clearly another tempt to try to derail the peace talks. as for the jewish settlement, now that the construction freeze is over, sunrise happens in about hour hours here, they're going to start construction once again. remember, if the construction freeze in large part that brought the palestinians to the negotiating table and the end of the freeze may mean the end of the peace talks. already on the west bank, construction has begun. it's hard to emergency the amount of effort went into preventing this concrete from coming in and exactly what this hole represents, but this could be the beginning of the end of the middle east peace process. let me explain to you why. we're on an israeli settlement deep in the west bargaining, the land the palestinians want for their future state and, keep building to emphasize their point, a massive showout for the media despite busing people in, it appeared there was a whole lot more photo
KBCW
Sep 21, 2010 10:00pm PDT
. it is likest tragedy ever -- biggest tragedy ever. >> reporter: he had just gang crated from leyland high school and was popular and well liked. he had just recently enrolled in santa barbara city college and had plans to go on to be a counsellor. south san jose, kit doe cbs 5. >> the second case and the first case a 16-year-old novato high school student facing charges in a crash that killed a classmate last week has been released from hospital. he has been booked in juvenile hall on suspicion of drunk driving and vehicular manslaughter. >>> a veteran san jose police officer is under investigation after parents of a 15-year-old boy said the cop pretended to arrest the son for having sex with his 14-year-old step daughter the officer said he didn't fake the arrest the boy was charged with unlawful sexual intercourse after his parents turned him in the mercury news said the girl was also cited the officer is on administrative leave. >>> a check of other stories making headlines around the bay area. south san francisco police are looking for a pa row paroleee who pimped out his disabled gir
NBC
Sep 18, 2010 5:00pm PDT
in its 100 most vulnerable sites, state senator leyland ye's office tells us the information is scheduled to be handed over 2:00 monday afternoon. >> the people and residents have a right to know where these pipes are so they can make a conscious decision, should i live here? >> pg&e has refused to turn over the list, arguing making the information public would be a threat to national security. once that information is turned over, the senator says it's likely that information would be made public. live in san bruno tonight, monty francis, nbc bay area news. >> thank you. >>> that uc berkeley graduate released from iran after more than a year in custody is on her way home tonight to the united states. sarah shourd spoke briefly today at an airport in oman. she thanked them for mediating her bail. her mother has said she's suffering from a breast lump and precancerous cervical cells. shourd's attention remained on her fiancee and good friend who are still behind fwharz iran, charged with being u.s. spies. >> i think thank the good hospitalable people of oman. and ask for your prayers for j
NBC
Sep 4, 2010 5:00pm PDT
yard cinemas where a group of the moviegoers were leyland high school football players where tillman played football before joining the nfl as well as the u.s. army. the documentary style movie about pat tillman who grew up in san jose, went to high school here explored how his family was told different stories about his demise. he left a lucrative career in football to fight for his country. he was a member of the u.s. army special forces and died in afghanistan. ultimately his family says a cover up by the government it was revealed that pat was killed by friendly fire. these students are eager to know more about the man they already look up to. >> definitely showing that his country and his family comes first. he loved the game of football and we do. he took the extra step, went towards his country and i think that that's the right thing to do. >> i think his legacy is to be like someone everyone can look up to and be like, hey, i did this to. i want you to follow in my path. >> now there are many people out here to watch the other viewings of the movie. they just went in for the
ABC
Sep 22, 2010 11:00pm PDT
the ashes. >> some could help financially. his emergency legislation introduced today by senator leyland ye. it would offer a tax break to those who lost their homes. live in san bruno, lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news. >> thank you, lisa. >>> today the san mateo county coroner's off identified the identities of three more. three generations from the bolis family, lebon, gregory and 17-year-old william. the disaster killed seven people in all. >> and ever since this tragedy, of course, any sort of problem with pg&e equipment has caused heightened concern and worry. case in point, just before 6:00 tonight, a leaking natural gas pipeline forced the shut down of several blocks of el caw mean yo rey'all in -- el camino real. it was reopened about 8:00 p.m., but it backed up traffic significantly. pg&e would not comment on the situation, but the repair work appeared fairly routine. >>> serious cuts for public transit. they hammered out a plan despite protest from those who rely on these buses. amy hollyfield is live in oakland where weekend service is taking a major hit. amy? >> carolyn, the bus st
CBS
Sep 19, 2010 5:30pm PDT
are located in the bay area. leyland lee said pg&e will release the information tomorrow afternoon. the california public utility commission requested the information following the disaster in san bruno. the pipe that exploded is being examined by investigators, trying to pinpoint the cause of the san bruno explosion. >>> a nasty commute could get a lot easier tomorrow in the east bay for a price. julie watts drove the new expressway lane to show us how it works and what commuters will pay for the privilege. >> driving on this stretch of 680 between pleasanton and mill pit test can be slow going unless you have a carpool. starting tomorrow, you could be going solo and fly by traffic if you have one of these. it's the bay area's first express lane. about a half mile before each entrance you will find a toll prizing sign. tolls vary depending on congestion between 30 cents and six bucks. this is where you decide if you want to pay the price. if you do, grab your fastrak transponder and an automatic censor will charge you the fee. but, remember, once you are in the toll lane, you can'
CBS
Sep 12, 2010 7:30am PDT
. >> it is apparently legal and common place. leyland lee called the deceptive practice. >> it would then in fact be a trance lit ration, not some characterses that some how suggest a certain good quality to gain an advantage. >> fair and just, if i'm cynical i am going wait you changed your name to something to try to debt them to vote for you. >> it dust dozen duty as the cat and his name. >>> what is in a name? quite a bit. >> i was surprised that is legal. >> leyland told us off camera he vetoed it. >>> any ways other things abreast. >> lots of controversial topics in material and ross column. muni braces for a possible dry out kick out. disaster response in san bruno and running for election. >>> officials at muni are saying tensions are high between drivers and administration over pay cuts, tame -- starting to chart them $80 a month for parking. muni says they are not expecting it but will be ready if it does happen. >> san bruno an ongoing situation with the disaster this week the lieutenant governor jumped into the middle of it. he is running hard for re- election as lieutenant governor h
NBC
Sep 21, 2010 6:00pm PDT
with another tragic story. george? >> reporter: tom, it has been a long day for leyland high school students, some left campus and came out here to the intersection of almaden express way and grady drive, putting pictures of their friend on the pole where the car collided. friends at leyland high school can't believe he is gone. the class of 2010 grad died in a car accident early in the morning. >> when they told me, i pretty much, like, collapsed, it is shocking. >> really hit me hard. now, i'm just like -- i don't know, my emotions right now, i can't believe what actually happened happened. >> reporter: he was in the car with his friend in the morning when the car hit a pole, a tree and then caught fire near o'grady drive and almaden expressway. he was trapped inside the burning car and died. >> i, like, realized it was happening and then i'm just in denial and -- >> reporter: penning left the car before it caught fire. officers arrested had him on charges of felony dui, hit and run and vehicular manslaughter. by midmorning, many of the students knew what happened. >> it was really sad. a
NBC
Sep 18, 2010 6:00pm PDT
live here? >> state senator leyland yee's office tells us the information is scheduled to be handed over to the puc at 2:00 monday afternoon. the senator expects the information to be made public then. pg&e has refused to turn over that information, arguing it would be a threat to national security. monty francis, nbc bay area news. >> thank you, monty. >>> a funeral is scheduled to begin in about an hour for a victim of the san bruno explosion. jessica morales. last night family and friends gathered for a vigil in her honor as well. >>> there's more scheduled for the san bruno community this coming week. tomorrow nine bands will play an outdoor benefit concert. all funds raised will go to the victims. and crews could start clearing the ruins of the 37 homes that were destroyed as soon as thursday. county health leaders are concerned about potentially dangerous metals and asbestos in the debris. >>> further south a fund-raiser tonight for a city council candidate in san jose is drawing quite a crowd, because the conservative candidate supported proposition eight the anti-gay marriag
NBC
Sep 18, 2010 11:00pm PDT
leyland yee's office tells us the list is expected to be handed over to the puc on monday at 2:00 in the afternoon. once that happens, he expects the information to be made public. live in san bruno tonight, monty francis, nbc bay area news. >> thank you, monty. >>> hundreds of people gathered in a san bruno church tonight to say good-bye to jessica morales. she was one of the four people who died in the explosion last week, three others are presumed dead. kimberly terry is here with more on that. >> jessica and her boyfriend were watching football when the explosion happened. her boyfriend tried to save her, it was too late. tonight wasn't about how she died, it was about how she lived. >> where do i start? how do i begin to say farewell, when i can't even believe you're gone? how do i say good-bye to my heart and soul. >> a tearful good-bye from the mother of jessica morales, still grappling with her daughter's sudden death. >> i had the privilege of being her mother. and although 20 years soundses like many years, it was too short. i wish for more, but what parent doesn't in
NBC
Sep 21, 2010 5:00pm PDT
from leyland high school last june. several students left campus when they found out what happened. >> really hit me hard. but now, i'm just -- i don't know about my emotions now it is just going wild. i can't believe, like what actually happened happened. >> reporter: in a couple of hours, at 7:00 there will be a candlelight vigil here at this intersection where you see people already gathering. live in san jose, george care y'all marks nbc bay area with news. >> all right, george. >>> and a developing story now. attorney general jerry brown and his lawyers are demanding that executions resume in california as soon as next week. a u.s. district judge is considering the state's arguments that new lethal injection regulations will ensure that condemned inmates will not suffer cruel and unusual punishment. executions were suspended in 2006 but next week, a man from southern california is scheduled to be executed, the first of more than 700 inmates awaiting execution on california's death row. >>> new tonight at 5:00, a bay area man is accused of manipulating his mentally disabled gir
ABC
Sep 8, 2010 3:05am EDT
a statement being made. crammed into a small plot, around ten giant leyland trees. at 35 feet or 10 meters high, they're now so big the house can't be seen. >> oh, yeah, they must have started about four foot i should imagine when he bought them. >> now look? >> now look at it. >> reporter: neighbors have had enough and have gone to the council. >> i think it's disgusting for the people that live next door. they try to look after their own properties. how can they look after their properties when there's something like this there? >> what's it like to live with this on your street? >> terrible. terrible. the only thing you get out of that, really, is when it's raining. you can stand underneath and you can stay partially dry. but apart from that, i think it's appalling. >> reporter: neighbors say the trees are putting their gardens in the shade. so they've clubbed together to launch an action against the owner, david alvand. i've just spoken to mr. alvand at the door. he doesn't want to go on-camera. he doesn't want to speak to anybody. but he says he's done nothing wrong, this is his land,
FOX News
Sep 12, 2010 10:00am EDT
it comes down to the issues on the table. live from jerusalem with more on this stor, hi, leyland. >> hi, jamie. you know, it's a bad sign when both sis are arguing about the order i which they're supposed to talk about everythheing. the palestinians sayhet to talkbout the borders of their future state first. the israelis say they need to talk about security issues first and as if to underscore that point in the past few days, we ve seen five rockets fly from gaza, fired by militants into israel. the israeli military hasg responded by pounding som of those hamas stronghods within the gaza strip. of course, we saw this kind of violence before in the weeks leing up to the talks in washington that happened around the first of the month.as so far, hamas has promised mor of this kind of violence asai ty try to derail the peace talks. a bit of encouraging news, however, on this one point. that's both the palestinians and the israelie negotiating team seem to be dealing with thi issue of violence separately from the peace talks. today, at his cabinet meeting, prime minister tanyahu laid out wh
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